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It could be your lucky day!

Good Wednesday morning,

It's a big day in the murder case of a midtown couple. The three people accused of killing Erskin and Louise Fulgham are now in Pima County Jail. Their grandson, Kayle Drattlo, Christopher Terry and Brianna Harding are all charged in the case.

An Amber Alert out of San Diego has turned into a national manhunt. Authorities believe Hannah and Ethan Anderson are in danger. Their mother was one of two people found dead inside a burning home Sunday night. Police are searching for James Dimaggio. Click here to read the whole story. It will make your hair stand on end.

On a more positive note, today could be your lucky day. The Powerball jackpot is more than 400 million dollars. The drawing is tonight. We've got a crew covering the race to get tickets all over town. Remember we are your Powerball station, so tune in tonight to get the winning numbers!

Good Luck!

Emily

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